Status: Little or no detectable change
Most Recent Data:
6.9 percent (2018)
11.5 percent 1
8.5 percent of adults aged 35 years and over received all of the recommended high priority appropriate clinical preventive services in 2015
Increase the proportion of adults who receive appropriate evidence-based clinical preventive services
Data Source: Medical Expenditure Panel Survey - Preventive Services Self-Administered Questionnaire (MEPS Preventive Services Survey), AHRQ
Access to preventive health care can prevent both disease and early death. The number of people getting preventive services has increased in recent years, but there are disparities by age and race/ethnicity. Strategies like providing team-based care and reducing copays can help people get recommended preventive care services.
Workgroup: Access to Health Services Workgroup
1. Target has been revised. See Data Methodology and Measurement for more information.